Check Out This Insane ‘Water Map’ That’s Also a Sink! Check Out This Insane ‘Water Map’ That’s Also a Sink!
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LEDscape: Check out this Illuminated Maze Created by LIKEarchitects! LEDscape: Check out this Illuminated Maze Created by LIKEarchitects! LEDscape: Check out this Illuminated Maze Created by LIKEarchitects! LEDscape: Check out this Illuminated Maze Created by LIKEarchitects!
One designer is turning the most mundane objects - from radiators to Furbees (RIP) - into lamps.

One designer is turning the most mundane objects - from radiators to Furbees (RIP) - into lamps.

The Pedal Pod: form follows function(s) in this hanging bookshelf and bike rack. The Pedal Pod: form follows function(s) in this hanging bookshelf and bike rack.
The Microbial Home, home design products for sustainable living by Philips The Microbial Home, home design products for sustainable living by Philips The Microbial Home, home design products for sustainable living by Philips

The Microbial Home, home design products for sustainable living by Philips

The Microbial Home, an integrated cyclical ecosystem where each function’s output is another’s input, designed by Philips The Microbial Home, an integrated cyclical ecosystem where each function’s output is another’s input, designed by Philips The Microbial Home, an integrated cyclical ecosystem where each function’s output is another’s input, designed by Philips The Microbial Home, an integrated cyclical ecosystem where each function’s output is another’s input, designed by Philips

The Microbial Home, an integrated cyclical ecosystem where each function’s output is another’s input, designed by Philips

This Stockholm office space, for industrial designers No Picnic, uses an old product design trick (a mirror along the center line) to turn a divided space into a whole.

This Stockholm office space, for industrial designers No Picnic, uses an old product design trick (a mirror along the center line) to turn a divided space into a whole.

The wood in this desk was made from newspapers (which explains the serif handles on the drawers, right?). More on NewspaperWood.

The wood in this desk was made from newspapers (which explains the serif handles on the drawers, right?). More on NewspaperWood.

NewspaperWood reversed traditional modes of production: instead of paper being made from wood, wood is now being made out of paper!
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NewspaperWood reversed traditional modes of production: instead of paper being made from wood, wood is now being made out of paper!

Check it out.